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The Scholarship Handbook 2009 is an ideal resource for students and parents who need help paying for college. It provides complete, authoritative facts about more than 2,100 scholarship, internship, and loan programs offered to undergraduates by foundations, charitable organizations, and state and federal government agencies. Each program is clearly described, and indexes help students quickly find scholarships for which they qualify. Included is a planning worksheet to help organize applications and meet critical deadlines.
This updated resource is ideal for students and parents who need help paying for college. It provides complete, authoritative facts on more than 2,100 scholarship, internship, and loan programs.
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